Are Eggs Okay?
Eggs are such a healthy source of protein for the body. The news and media have misunderstood cholesterol and what sources of cholesterol we should be avoiding in our daily diets.
“A new 2017 study from Tufts found cutting back on sodium, sugar-sweetened beverages, and processed and red meats, and eating more fruits, vegetables, nuts, seafood, whole grains, and polyunsaturated fats were key to lowering risk of death from heart disease. Eggs were not included in the study. ” Dole newsletter April 2017
Cutting out processed foods, sodas and fast food in general is the key to lowering cholesterol levels along with daily exercise and healthy eating. Oatmeal is a functional food that helps lower cholesterol in the body. Grapefruit also helps with lowering cholesterol levels. Eating an egg a day can be a part of a healthy diet. Eating a clean diet full of fruits and vegetables is the key to lowering cholesterol. Avoid hydrogenated oils and trans fats at all costs! That is the key to healthy cholesterol levels.